Root remains ahead in MVP rankings

Joe Root remains top of the overall England MVP Rankings after completing a brilliant winter with an impressive ICC World Twenty20.

The Yorkshireman, third in the Test and second in the T20 and MVP standings, is 83 points ahead of Ben Stokes overall.

Root’s innings of 54 off 36 balls and two-wicket haul in the final defeat to West Indies on Sunday was the second-best T20 performance in the history of the rankings.

His score of 26.98 points has only ever been beaten when Alex Hales struck a century against Sri Lanka in the 2014 World T20.

Root has registered 343 of his 1,512 runs this winter in T20s, which is 20.45 per cent of England’s sprint-format runs, and in 10 innings he has made two fifties and eight scores of 20 or more. 

Stuart Broad leads the Test MVP Rankings, ahead of Stokes, while Buttler is top of the pile in T20s and Hales is in front in the ODI standings.

Joe Root struck a half-century and took two wickets in the ICC World Twenty20 final

ENGLAND T20 MVP

PLAYER

BAT

BOWL

FIELD

CAPT

WINS

PLAYED

POINTS

AV PTS

Buttler

77.97

0

13

2

6

10

99

9.90

Root

72.86

7.80

7

0

6

10

94

9.37

Willey

9.21

65.61

5

0

6

9

86

9.54

Rashid

1.80

53.04

5

0

7

11

67

6.08

Moeen

9.39

41.39

5

0

6

10

62

6.18

ENGLAND OVERALL MVP

PLAYER

BAT

BOWL

FIELD

CAPT

WINS

PLAYED

POINTS

AV PTS

Root

291.79

5.93

19

0

13

26

330

12.68

Stokes

125.17

98.06

16

0

8

20

247

12.36

Moeen

48.23

158.18

11

0

13

26

230

8.86

Buttler

150.20

0

31

2

11

21

194

9.25

Hales

146.10

0.03

10

0

12

22

168

7.95

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Source: ECB

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